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up. >> we have very strong laws, stronger than jessica's law. >> you actually don't have strong laws. you are lucky o'reilly wasn't here today, sir. >> bill: what is going on in the state of colorado? it doesn't want to pass jessica's law to protect kids but it does want to legalize marijuana and impose new restrictions on gun ownership. we'll have a follow-up on that. also tonight, dennis miller on dennis rodman, alan colmes, and the obama administration telling the kids they can't come to the white house. >> what are you, nuts? get out of here. >> bill: caution, you are about to enter the no spin zone. the factor begins right now. >> bill: hi, i'm bill o'reilly, thanks for watching us tonight. enough, enough. that is the subject of this evening's talking points memo. lots of folks talking about my shootout with alan colmes last night where i asked him what specific, specific budget cuts president obama has proposed. colmes himmed and hawaiied saying the president promising to cut medicare or something. but the truth is president obama has not put forth any specific federal spending
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for sticking with us this hour. this weekend at harvard law school, the official who just stepped down as the top lawyer in the pentagon weighed in on the next big civil rights cases that are coming up before the supreme court. this month the court is going to be hearing arguments on same-sex marriage under the law. and former pentagon general counsel jay johnson told the black law students association at harvard, quote, our gay brothers and sisters who are in the struggle for marriage equality right now in the state legislatures and in the courts of this country are marching step by step the same road toward equal treatment under law that we know so well. their cause is our cause. he went on to explain his view that the impact of laws banning equal marriage rights would be particularly -- and are now particularly cruel and unfair, in his words, to people who are serving in the u.s. military. the same argument is made by iraq and afghanistan veterans of america in a brief that they have filed, along with a number of other former military officials with the supreme court about one of th
will only function efficiently if participants believe all laws will be enforced consistently and v violators will be punished to the full extent of the law. there should not be one set of rules that applies to wall street and another set for the rest of us. the department of justice wrote to the senators and said no corporate entity, no matter how large, is immune from prosecutions. prosecutors must determine whether there would be disproportionate harm to investors, pension holders, customers and employees and others not personally culpable. i can tell you the two senators called the response from the department of justice aggressively invasive was the term. they don't like that the department of justice didn't reply to a number of their specific questions about how often this has happened. they say they are going to ask eric holder when he comes to capitol hill this week. >> according to news reports, senator jeff merkley of oregon is annoyed at the bank hsbc and says not only will they not bust the institution they won't bust the senior bank executives. is that true? >> there is
. shirakawa resigned today. after being charged with perjury, felony misuse of campaign finance laws. the supervisor says, he will plead guilty to the charges later this month. shirakawa released this statement today. saying- "the charges relate to failure to file campaign finance reports. filing inaccurate reports and delayed repayment of credit card charges. although i have previously repaid most of these credit card charges, and will repay the balance, the charges should never have been made."-- end he blames depression and a gambling addiction. he apologizes for his actions. >> gary: , got n.c.a.a. and when we're through crawford against a local school and a sarina williams with tighter what' tiger would slowtiger woos you can't move the tv there. yuh-huh. we have a wireless receiver. listen. back in my day, there was no u-verse wireless receiver that let you move the tv away from the tv outlet. we can move it to the kitchen, the patio, the closet and almost anywhere. why would you want a tv in the closet? [ both laugh ] ♪ [ fancy voice ] brilliant idea, darling. ♪ [ female a
in atlanta. the cuts once considered too painful to consider are now the law of the land. president obama and congressional republicans could not reach a compromise to avoid the $85 billion in automatic cuts. they will not happen all at once, but instead they will come over time. they are pointing fingers at each other over their failure to reach a deal. >> probably would be a lot better ways to reduce that spending than by the formula approach of the sequester. but we don't intend to spend a penny less as promised to the american people. >> these cuts are not smart, they will hurt our economy and cost us jobs. and congress can turn them off at any time as soon as both sides are willing to compromise. >> the cuts will hit different agencies in different ways. and there has been some confusion over how they will take effect. one good example is this, the faa held a conference to back away earlier this week, that 160 air traffic controller towers around the country would have to close on april one. others listening in were told the initial announcements of the cuts had not been authorized.
: a tale of two states." it's about how tougher laws are forcing californians to buy guns in nevada. >>> the oakland tribune has the story new law has schools scram j for supplies. it's about a new california law banning school fees for classroom items and activities and requiring students to bring their own materials needed for school. the law was created after the state was sued over the fees. california's constitution guarantees the right to a free public education. >>> income inequality in america has received renewed attention with president obama's push for a higher minimum wage. that proposal has been roundly opposed by republicans who say it will kill jobs. but my next guest argues in a new op-ed the gop should lead the charge against inequality with major tax reforms and investing in our infrastructure. joining me now is sheila bair, former share woman of the fdic and offer of "bull by the horns." sheila, a welcome i tell you i love the title of your op-ed. you add one vowel and it changes everything. i love that. with party to parody. you're argument really focuses on how
: well, jan brewer did was take the language from the federal law and apply it to her state. that's really all she did. >> i don't know if she is who you're talking about, but last word. >> let's just say we have a positive agenda rather than constantly appearing to be reactionary when we're not. >> sean: guys, good to see you. governor, a rare appearance, get you up here. good to see you, clint. >> thanks, sean. >> sean: that's all the time we have this evening. and thank you for being with us, let not your heart be troubled. greta is next to go on the record. see you here tomorrow night. greta, take it away. >> greta: tonight, president obama says he's not a dictator. but rush limbaugh says the commander-in-chief left something out. what is it? >> barack obama is not interested in compromise, bipartisanship, getting along. >> i am not a dictator, i'm the president. >> the only thing obama cares about and the only thing he's ever cared about is no opposition. >> i am not a dictator, i'm the president. >> every time i hear him say he's not a dictator, he doesn't complete the state
they have tight gun laws, they're not closing down jails, they're opening up jails. in texas we have 5,000 beds freed up because crime is down in texas. so fast cars, guns, texas, it all works together. we're proud to be americans. we're proud of the first and second amendment and we will reach out, pray for to help the families of victims of crime anywhere. >> fast cars and guns. let's turn to tim. what is your reaction to that? fast cars and guns. >> this is completely disproportionate to have a single car at the daytona 500 for sandy hook relief, versus an entire race sponsored by the nra. i also -- i don't understand the association -- nascar is so much more infinitely popular than the nra. there are nascar fans all over the country, nascar fans in every political persuasion. the identification of nascar, i think even in texas with supporters of, i think, the nra's, what has become the nra's increasingly extreme stance on gun rights, is, i think, there's just a huge contradiction there. >> let me ask on that point, dan rather, you like nascar. do you have a problem with this? >> i
't those types? >> yes, but making it a law bounding, requiring the treasury department to actually take action i think would make a difference. >> okay. that's my only question. thanks, mr. chairman. >> thank you. we go now to ms. gabbard. >> thank you to our panel here for being here today. i represent the second congressional district in hawaii, which as we have seen for the last couple of lunches, experts have testified that hawaii a low whistle of our northwestern states are within range within missile range of north korea. so this is an issue that's very real for us, not only as a state but also because of our military presence there and strategic location within our national defense. i'm wondering your view of what the current estimate is realistically of when north korea may have a warhead missile combination that could strike the united states, as well as your assessment of our missile defense and we can do to prevent this from occurring, or at least slowing down their progress? >> well, i believe they are quite a ways from having that capability, congresswoman. i was talking ab
this when it comes down to corporate law? >> no. she peddles perfection and her business dealings are messy. the story is so interesting, her name and brand mean something -- to almost anyone who knows martha stewart, her brand is simple and clean and good lines, right? when you look at the business dealings between macy's, j.c. penney and martha stewart it's not so simle and clean and bright colors -- >> hold that thought for a second. i want to bring in our legal panel because this is like contract law. sunny hostin and randy zellin, shouldn't it state in black and white whether you can be exclusive? >> the loirsz for martha stewart, she has the best money can buy. she says there's a loophole in contract that someone didn't do their job years ago when this first contract was entered into and there is an exclusion so that she can do this deal j.c. penney bought about 70% of her company. this is a big deal and i can't imagine she went in it blind. this woman is a force to be reccened with, she's smart and savvy business woman -- >> this couldn't have been an accidental deal. randy, i want t
and activities of international law and the domestic laws of many other countries. for north korea, these criminal activities are viewed as necessary to maintain the power of the regime without regard for the fact they are corrosive to international law and order. the question is what steps can we take to combat north korea's illicit dvds encounter after its be used to pressure north korea to abandon nuclear weapons and ballistic missile programs. i heard on the news this morning the agreement has been made extensively with china to punish north korea for its missile launching nuclear tests. i hope china will not do what it's done in the past and agree to sanctions and then just erode the sanctions so the sanctions never took hold. i hope china will finally understand the north korean regime is a threat to stability in that region of the world and because as chairman pointed out, north korea is a rogue state, helping countries like syria try to obtain nuclear weapons to collaborate with iran. i want this committee to know that on this issue, there is not a millimeters worth of diff
come into law as soon as next year. carolin roth is in zurich. are the swiss shooting themselves in the head here? >> well, that's hard to say. a lot of people say it could impact switzerland's competitiveness negatively, though other experts have told me this morning that the fundamental res still in place because switzerland has a very low corporate tax rate, still has the right business environment. now, also, we're going to have to wait and see. to what extent these strict pay laws are actually going to be xwlekted because some people say they could be watered down quite significantly. but what it does ensure, of course, is this, you know, lower extent of short-termism in the swiss labor market. so it ensures that no corporate executive from overseas is coming to switzerland just to get that big signing bonus. but i just want to show you what the reaction has been in the newspapers. the french daily says this is a triumph. and you see his corner office as being smashed here. now, another paper says this is the historic coop. of course, they're referencing to the person who is
all over the country including in texas, full disclosure. my law firm represents several of the companies that are the major fracking companies in the country, representing texas for many, many years. of course, there's problems. every form of energy extraction including windmills and solar have problems. neil: isn't the governor say let's examine the problems? >> we had the problems for years. neil: right? then why -- obama's another two years do? >> it's getting good reports on how it's done. neil: what's he up to? >> best practices mean you do it with a minimum amount of possible effect on the environment. also, it'll help us in terms of pollution because these natural gas is used, it's significantly less impact on the environment. neil: the governor could have said, look, i'm going to rise above the interest of the environmentalists who cap job growth in my state and make a statement -- should he choose to run for president -- that he's above this. this could have been his clinton, you know, moment. >> you know, i had favorable things to say about andrew and the way h
with the california highway patrol. the sheriff's department has been handling the city's law enforcement duties. >> they have so cared for us. i can't say enough about that. and we could never repay them for what they did. and then to honor us, to honor us the way they did this morning, that was pretty special. >> reporter: for the most part, many of the patrol seemed to deal with mainly routine incidents today. some people were concerned about the department's 94 officers returning to work so soon after such a personal loss. >> what do you do? and i want to just hug them all, make them feel somewhat better. so i'm just hoping they are okay out there. >> we've had some time to grieve. now we realize it's time to get back to work and protect our community. >> reporter: and investigators now say they are also looking for this 28-year-old local homeless woman, theresa johnson. she is an acquaintance of the suspect jerry muglay. she is wanted to provide information on the suspect. we'll have more on that at 6:00. live in santa cruz, robert handa, ktvu channel 2news. >>> las vegas police are looking
to downtownthe suspect crashed, the victim was rescued and unharmed. law enforcement shot and killed the suspect while trying to arrest him. but >> pam: power knocked out to thousands this morning. into a crash in lafayette kron4's will tran has the latest. >> this 38 year-old man out of san francisco run 2:45 they've spotted the stolen pickup truck at his east belt, highway 24 entered the lafayette street exit. the police officer noticed that he was taking the corner too quickly. after a pursuit, the driver could not make that curve and the slammed into a power pole. it wiped out power at 1800 people. pg&e crews have spent all day for placing this power pole. but all the power should leave restored after piccinni's spend all day and replacing pg&e spend all day restoring that power pole. all the pg&e customers should now have their power restored. >> jacqueline: we will see the increase with clouds. temperatures will be in the 60s. by noon and cooler. from the bay area, some slight chance of sprinkles. but we will not see much chance of rainfall but cooler temperatures the satellite showing hig
the terror. jtsdsr. >> the bedroom floor just collapsed and my brother-in-law is in there. he's under the house. a sink hole some 30 feet across and 100 feet deep opened up directly beneath jeff bush's bedroom. his brother tried desperately to save him. >> i jumped in the hole, tried to dig him out. i couldn't find him. i started digging and digging. the cops showed up and told me, the floor is still falling in. >> reporter: jeremy was rescued by police, but his brother is believed dead. the house condemned. the bush family said they had no idea they lived under a geological time bomb. this part of florida is known as sink hole alley. florida is riddled with them. look at these, all reported sink holes in florida since 1954. more than 3,000 since the '80s. seven other states are classified as sink hole prone, covering up to 40% of the country. sink holes form when limestone is eaten away by water, but the land above it stays in tact until it gives way. >> it burns through the rock. we're talking hundreds of thousands of years. >> reporter: the result, sink holes like this growing to t
:00. >> the house just fell through. the bedroom floor collapsed. my brother-in-law is in there. >> reporter: bush was on his bed when suddenly the floor caved in. he and the bedroom were swallowed up by a sinkhole that would become 40 feet wide and 100-feet deep. ground-penetrating radars scanning for soft spots found many. two neighboring homes also in danger of a collapse at any moment. families had just 20 minutes to get their belongings and go. now bush's family and friends are trying to move on. but just looking at what's left reminds them how quickly a life can change. and end. >> jeff laid his head down on his pillow to go to sleep. and he never got out of bed. >> reporter: crews will finish that demolition today. what happens next we just don't know because they're going to get that first real look at that sinkhole. robin? >> okay, gio, thank you very much. >> sad story. >> but, george, you had an interesting sunday. >> surreal is another word. we have a followup now to my interview with dennis rodman. on "this week" yesterday, i pressed for details on the meeting with kim jong-un. no ame
weight and tumbles into the void. >> the bedroom floor just collapsed, and my brother-in-law is in there. he's underneath the house. >> reporter: that's apparently what happened on thursday night when bush and his bedroom suddenly disappeared into the sinkhole. >> all i could see was the top of his bed. i didn't see nothing else. i jumped into the hole and tried digging him out. i couldn't get him. all i could hear -- i thought i could hear him screaming for me hollering for me. i couldn't do nothing. >> reporter: as this point bush is presumed dead. officials say once the house is cleared away they hope to get a better look at that sinkhole and figure out the best way to fill and stabilize it. they say even then they will not be able to go into the sinkhole and recover bush's body. charlie and norah? >> manuel thanks. cbs contributor is a physics professor at state university of new york. explain to us sinkholes and why florida is especially susceptible. >> even for florida where sinkholes are common this was the godzilla of sinkholes. we're talking about the f
's insanity defense laws before their clients enters a plea. colorado law says the defendant who pleads not guilty by reason of insanity must cooperate with court appointed psychiatrists which james holmes' attorneys say could violate his rights not to incriminate himself. holmes is charged with multiple counts of first degree murder and attempted murder in the july shooting rampage. two women in poland being hailed as heros after driver fainted and dramatic rescue was all caught on camera. [screams] >> that is scary. 20 passengers on board screamed in panic as they watched the driver fall out of his seat. two women sprung into action and took control of the wheel. the bus swerved all over the wheel narrowly missing oncoming traffic. the women eventually regained control and stopped the bus. amazingly no one was hurt. the driver was taken to the hospital for tests. florida firefighters come to the rescue of a baby raccoon who got a can stuck on his head. the animal was dropped off outside the coral spring fire station with a note saying the racoon was in a dumpster got stuck in a can an
in mike brooks working his blackberry as i'm bringing him in here. our law enforcement analyst at our sister network, hln. this lear jet 45 is headed from this smaller airport to the massive st. louis airport, presumably to a myriad of ambulances on the ground there as well. >> right. they have a better eter aircra rescue firefighting capability. it is a larger -- it is a larger runway. >> concrete is their friend, is what miles said. >> right. and as they're flying around, burning off the fuel, you don't want to have weight and any kind of fire. but going to lambert field in st. louis it a larger airport, major airport, because where we saw them flying around, where we have been watching for the last number of minutes, you've only saw four fire apparatus interth. i would want the best aircraft rescue firefighting capability possible and longer runway. that means lambert field. >> have you seen something like this in person? >> yes, i have. >> what happens? i know each landing is different. but what has happened? >> there is a possibility, because it is a larger field, they have to c
remains committed to policies that promote democratic principles, the rule of law and respect for human rights. things that this president has previously said hugo chavez did not stand for. yet, there is a democratic congressman tonight jose who put this out on twitter said quote hugo chavez was a leader who understood the needs of the poor. he was committed to empowering the powerless r.i.p. mr. president, rest in peace. ed royce, a republican from california in the house saying just the opposite tonight. he says, quote, hugo chavez was a tyrant who forced the people of venezuela to live in fear, shep. >> shepard: he was certainly a thorn in the side of many presidents to the united states. but others as well. >> no doubt about it if you go back to the bush administration, you will remember the famous infamous speech in which hugo chavez at the united nations general assembly was calling george w. bush the devil and was saying that he spoke after george w. bush and he could still smell the sulfur in the room. that kind of anti-american rhetoric is what made him a thorn in the sides of
is the gun control fight in illinois? last week a republican lawmaker compared a proposed law to castration. correspondent mike tobin says much of the disagreement boils down to a divide between chicago and the rest of the state. >> on chicago's mean streets, neighborhoods like lawndale and inglewood, gun violence is part of nearly every night. kids are caught in the crossfire. city leaders seized on the emotion of tragedies like the sandy hook elementary school massacre to push for stiffer fun penalties. >> this is an opportunity to push an agenda? >> and connect nationally. this is an american child. >> shots fired. >> chicago leaders are calling for a 3-1/2-year mandatory minimum sentence for illegal gun possession guarantees that convicts won't be released after serving a fraction of the time. >> increasing penalties, and requiring criminals to serve their punishment. we not only protect our children, our families and our communities. but we also prevent retaliatory killings that plague our neighborhoods. >> different sentences will mean more people in illinois prisons. but they are bur
: the modern day pirates run afoul of the law after the eighty=foot sloop runs aground in pacifica. kron four is there the three suspects are brought to shore. at this hour, we are learning more about the three suspects. this, as crews scramble to try and save the yacht. i'm pam moore -- terisa estacio is live in pacifica -- what is the status of the yacht? >> reporter: you can see here from this video taken from our helicopter partnerhsip abc seven news the three suspects stranded on the yacht - after it got stuck out in a sand bar. initially - coast guard officials say the three refused to cooperate but then after they learned the yacht had been stolen. officials armed with guns used megaphones ordering the three to stand down as they boarded the vessel to take them into custody. watch as one by one, rescue teams pluck them off and bring them to shore on jet skis. each person was arrested on suspicion of a stolen boat. and taken to the pacific police department for questioning. jeff wadkins was on one of the divers who helped bring the suspects to shore. >> it is a big iceboat is there was
. president clinton signed even more republican spending cuts into law. the team of clinton and gingrich in the 1990s did not kick the deficit can down the road, they kicked it out of the budget. they effectively eliminated the deficit, and had us on the way to actually building a budget surplus. a surplus that was going to be necessary to help financial future government spending, including two wars that no one knew were coming. that surplus was wiped out in the stroke of a pen when president bush signed his tax cuts into law. the tax cuts that have contributed mightily to our deficit and debts. tax cuts that were, of course, voted for by john boehner. joining me now are karen finney, former dnc communications director and ezra klein columnist for the washington post. both are msnbc analysts. it eliminates history that they lived themselves that some of them deserve credit for, which was what they actually did do in fighting deficits during the 1990s, that newt gingrich and president clinton both contributed a great deal to that effort. >> right, but that's not the strategy now. the str
this last year -- going forward, if there is a difference, if you can craft that in law where you can have a path to citizenship where there isn't an incentive for people to come illegally, i'm all for it. i don't see how you do it, but i'm not smart enough to figure out every aspect of a really complex law. but i think the premise should be -- this should be a forward leaning immigration reform. what's it going to look like five years after you pass the law? you want aspiring immigrants to come to rebuild our demographic base. you want people to come that have skills that can make a difference to jump start our economy. and you don't want a repeat of the last 30 years where you have people coming in illegally or waiting in line. >> you talk about this -- we started campaigning together in 1994. you started warning republicans back in 1994 of the growing number of hispanics that were going to get out there. >> a good thing, by the way. >> yeah, a very good thing. but my gosh, 16, 17, 18 years later after you were issuing those warnings we got beaten because we did so poorly with hispanic v
. what is next? maybe we don't like the gun laws, too. >> juan: oh, i missed it. you are in a conspiratorial haze. you are paranoid to the point you are saying -- >> eric: you are not? >> juan: no. i am telling you reality. >> andrea: i'm going to quote the left on this. juan -- >> juan: this is too much. the president is helping america. >> andrea: juan i'll argue from the other side. folks on the left are upset. the aclu because the president killed al-zawahiri's 16-year-old son. i think we all like that the president is taking out bad people. we are not getting the information. but don't you think he could just kill at will? >> juan: no. >> andrea: he could make an error? >> juan: there is collateral murders of people -- >> kimberly: collateral damage. >> juan: that is regrettable. but to my mind there is collateral damage if you have soldiers on the ground and an all-out war if this saves the lives of american troops and make america safer go for it. >> eric: congress has to agree to it. democrat is the bottom line. they have a problem. hypocrisy problem. they don
's imminent danger. >> shepard: a problem with the law. >> but there's some circumstances where those tough choices need to be -- they're very tough choices. >> shepard: there are difficult circumstances and one circumstance which we're dealing with now is agents from two governments, following an american citizen for 48 hours, knowing exactly where he was so they could send a drone down to kill him and killed his son, too when it appears they could have handled this in another way but didn't because they didn't want information getting out. seems to some that maybe what they should do is figure out another way to deal with the information, maybe reform the system to some degree, rather than doing something that governments of other countries might do like, for instance, sirra, but our government doesn't do that. as far as i knew. >> shep, whatever that guy had information about the protection of the united states. we don't have the folks. >> shepard: we know that slopes get slippery and they're concerned this might be one of them. i if killing an american overseas who had all kinds of crap
on. they're protected under federal law. again, it would be appeared that things were done inappropriately by the banks, around that time. obviously, they'll have to make do and amend on this story. >> just quickly, markets up or down in europe right now? >> markets are down, brian. it's been a head scratcher this morning. a bit of a hangover from the sequester kicking in. people are still puzzled on how the italian government story will work out here. a weak market in europe at this stage. i don't know if you'll get a big legacy into the u.s. session, because things seem to be improving gradually as time passes. but we're in the red on the european trade right now. >> jeff, live for us from london. thank you very much. >>> we want to know why you're awake. e-mail way too early at or tweet me. >>> coming up -- we'll tell you what happened plus, sometimes sports plus politics equals the bizarre and that's dennis rodman who returned from his fact-finding mission in north korea or whatever he was doing there. we'll play the bizarre clip from yesterday's interview and
-gun measures a felony in pennsylvania. mr. metcalf said he wants to make gun laws to make it unapproachable from the government tyranny. the wtf-ness of metcalf gets more wtfy. he said we'll never allow the left to benefit from the wicked acts of murders to enhance their gun grabbing agenda. but he seems perfectly allowing mass murderers to amass their gun agendas and when they have a gun it often results in mass murders. wtf, pennsylvania. our nation was founded in you're fine state. you're a great state. you produced rocky and fired rick santorum. philadelphia was where our constitution was form. now mr. metcalf wants to pass an unconstitutional law. >> john: welcome back to "viewpoint." we asked our viewers to comment via twitter or facebook on the sequester, and john scott g posted this on my facebook page. the democrats are to blame for thinking that sanity and common sense would prevail in congress. i agree john scott that was pretty insane thing for democrats to think. that's like expecting the joker to be let out of arkham asylum for good behavior, and yes in answer to your question
probabroberts hosting. fair and balanced right here on fox news channel. the show down against law americas played out again today on the sunday talk show. this is right on time. members of both political parties trading barbs and blame over $85 million spending cuts the president signed into effect on friday. the sequester may be here to stay perhaps in the short term. the senate top republican mitch mcconnell says sequestration won't do the kinds of extreme harm people claimed. he defends the dire need to cut spending. >> i think the american people need to know that we have a spending addiction in washington. we are exploding our spending. we have added $6 trillion to the national debt in just four years. >> meanwhile president obama's top economic advisor blaming republicans for refusing to compromise saying there should be no reason why any one in the gop would ever let cuts like these take effect. >> republicans say therefore defense this cuts defense deeply. they say they are for border security. this cuts border security deeply. this sequester doesn't do anything to help long-term e
. now we have an idiot judge. >> this is a crazy story. against the law to laugh, i guess. >> that's not nice. >>> listen to this. nobody's laughing about this. a delivery guy delivers 85 pizzas. the total bill was $1,453. how much do you think he deserves? >> as a tip? >> yeah, what do you think? >> if you have enough money to spend $1,000 on pizza, i would say $100. >> okay, he got a $10 tip. so the guy went online and he said, are you kidding me? $10 is cheap. it started a debate. >> good for him. >> it is interesting. i delivered food in college, one of the crazy jobs i had to pay my way through college. and book money and all that stuff, beer money. and 20% is a lot for delivery boy. delivery boy doesn't expect 20%, but you don't expect $10 on a bill of $1400. 50 bucks, i think, is about right. >> 50 bucks, 100 bucks. if you're going to spend $1400 on pizza, throw the guy a little bit. i was a waitress also in college. and man, oh man, i didn't live the $5 tips on $50. you want to make these kids want to do what they're doing. as opposed to going and posting your stuff on redd
is elected pope, he governs by law. we all do, not by whim or desire on our part. we're governed by law if all particulars. the clutch is not a tyranny. so he obviously has to accept the universal code of the church now which is zero tolerance for anyone who has ever abused a minor child. >> that is chicago's archbishop cardinal george. the cardinals are meeting again this morning and we're waiting to see whether we're going to find out today when the conclave will start. cnn analyst and correspondent for the national catholic reporter is in rome. he's joining us this morningment so these are preconclave meetings. do we know what is being discussed in these meetings. >> reporter: hi. well, what we know, we know in general what the topic here is. in general, the topic includes a kind of state of the church conversation. what are the issues they're facing? and also what qualities does the next pope need to have and ultimately, of course, who is that guy going to be? in the meantime, there is one other bit of business which is they have to set a date for this conclave. we do not expect the
outside of the muslim brotherhood headquarters. one law student it is a funny way to protest the brotherhood who took control of the country. >> that was a clip from argo. >> they look like the iranian protestors because they ripped mickey mouse's head off. >> creepy. is that a good sign that western stuff is happening in a terrible place. >> we wrote the federalist . they put on disney costumes and do the harlem shake. >> i hoped it was progress. but i don't know, ann, you think it is not progress? >> it is always good when muslims decide to fight with sarcas'm than violence. >> that's my point. >> the larger point is perhaps the arab spring not a day at the beach we were led to believe. >> bill, you do the harlem shake after you wake up on 125th feet naked. >> i am having shakes just think being it. >> did i wait for the entire segment with a joke. >> you ended with it is good. >> a dance craze can be attributed on how easy it is to do. >> the harlem shake is. i can do that. >> when you dress like that. it is creepy. >> you can do it with somebody on -- something on your he
laws. it took them until 2008 and the whole thing going mad to ban smoking in the u.n. quite frankly they have a three martini lunch and you expect so in those surroundings. >> they run their countries as though it is back in time and they live in new york as if it is back this time. is this different from musicians doing business in a bar before they go on stage some. >> that hurts me, greg. >> that was a fair comparison. >> yes. i have been misconstrued. these are the people who elected libya to the human rights council. and i think it is like let them get drunk. they can't really do anything. they can't screw people in mass when they are doing -- get them ladies of horizontal refresh meant. go in there -- it is like when our congress goes out on vacation. they don't hurt us. >> the more vacation they take -- >> the better off our country is. >> the better we are. do you think this is people behaving differently when they are away from their home city and they are having fun? >> probably, but it doesn't help matters much. >> i am condemning it, by the way. >> on record. >> you are
family are usually treated. the queen's granddaughter-in-law kate spent several days in the hospital with morning sickness. she'll likely be given fluids through iv to avoid dehydration, which is common with stomach ailments. her majesty who turns 87 next month has canceled all public engagements this week. she celebrated 60 years on the throne last year and aides say she will be anxious to get better and get back to work. the last time the queen canceled an engagement was last october we she had a bad back. she's hoping this stay will be a short one. it's been ten years since she's been in the hospital. the last time was for a knee operation back in 2003. anne-marie. >> hope she gets better soon. tina kraus in london, thank you. >>> well, doctors say they have apparently cured someone stricken with a virus that causes aids. the patient is a baby born in mississippi who is now 2 1/2 years old. the child has been off medication for about a year with no signs of hiv infection. doctors at the university of mississippi started treating the baby within 30 hours of birth
8. >> prop 8 was the california law that banned gay marriage, and it's been struck down and deemed unconstitutional by the lower courts. and it will be in front of the supreme court this spring. we have some friends who -- ken mehlman has spearheaded the effort to bring republicans along. it really has done a real service to the party, because i think this is the direction that the country is heading. and i think some republicans have felt for a long time -- and maybe we've been too quiet about it -- but it felt if you really revere marriage and you really think marriage is this great constitution that stabilizes society, that children should be raised in homes where their parents are married, then you should be the most zealous and outspoken advocate for gay marriage because you should believe that marriage is that great institution in which -- on which all families should be built. >> who are some republicans who have signed this? >> steve hadley, former national security adviser to president bush, james comey. meg whitman. former gubernatorial candidate. so it's a large group. a
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